Monks Close, Canterbury, CT2

4 bedroom House - Detached for sale

Guide price £625,000 For Sale

A spacious four bedroom detached house which has been extensively refurbished over the years by the present owners to create this lovely family home. The property is situated within a quiet cul-de-sac location in the popular St Stephens area of Canterbury. This lovely family home offers well-presented accommodation with the ground floor having an entrance hall with oak flooring, cloakroom and a study. The light and airy lounge has a bay window to the front with a separate dining room and a further reception/family room which could be used as a fifth bedroom if required. The well-equipped kitchen/breakfast room is a great social space and the hub of this family home and also provides access to the rear garden. On the first floor the master bedroom has an en-suite shower room. There are three further double bedrooms and a newly fitted family bathroom. Externally the garden is laid to lawn with flower and shrub borders and a patio. The front garden has off street parking and access to the garage.

The property is situated within easy reach of Canterbury West railway station which provides a high-speed rail link to London St. Pancras, as well as access to the city centre with its wide range of shopping, dining and cultural attractions. Canterbury also has a number of highly regarded schools in both the public and private sectors.

Room Sizes
Lounge 4.67m x 3.68m (15'4 x 12'1)
Dining Room 3.48m x 3.30m (11'5 x 10'10)
Family Room 4.62m x 2.44m (15'2 x 8'0)
Study 2.31m x 2.11m (7'7 x 6'11)
Kitchen 4.42m x 3.10m (14'6 x 10'2)
Breakfast Room 4.19m x 2.21m (13'9 x 7'3)
Master Bedroom 3.91m x 3.71m (12'10 x 12'2)
Bedroom Two 4.14m x 3.10m (13'7 x 10'2)
Bedroom Three 3.00m x 3.00m (9'10 x 9'10)
Bedroom Four 3.94m x 2.39m (12'11 x 7'10)
Integral Garage 5.18m x 2.44m (17'0 x 8'0)
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Canterbury Area Guide

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